SSHD fails to display gui, no error message

Igor Pechtchanski pechtcha@cs.nyu.edu
Fri Dec 9 16:47:00 GMT 2005


On Fri, 9 Dec 2005, Jesse wrote:

> I've had Cygwin's ssh daemon (sshd) working for some time now on my
> windows box. I have turned x11 forwarding on and I can test it by
> connecting to the machine remotely and running some X applications like
> xeyes and xclock. They work just fine.
> [snip]
> I made sure my program runs locally without any x11 and it does.
> I tested out my application on someone else's ssh server and you can run
> it remotely without any problems.
> [snip]
> Anyone have any ideas why simple X applications work fine, but my java
> gui's don't work over x11?

Because java under Windows is not an X application.  You can't forward
windows native applications over ssh (unless you use something like VNC).
At a guess, the "someone else's" server you mention above is a Linux box
(which does have an X implementation of Java GUI code).
HTH,
	Igor
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